and here we go, your quote …
“… But as I argue in my new book – I Find That Offensive! – Generation Snowflake believe it’s their right to be protected from anything they might find unpalatable.
This mindset is particularly rife in universities. The examples are beyond parody: a National Union of Students conference banning clapping as it might trigger trauma (‘please use jazz hands’, delegates were told); the Edinburgh University student threatened with expulsion from a meeting after raising her hand in disagreement …”
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… and you now have my permission to bellow those famous magic words:
—and please try not to offend anyone (bellow silently).
And now my next
The only (R) ONLY approved word for things orb-shaped (i.e. three dimensional circle) in future will be ‘spheres’. This is because some folks are shock-horror-dismayed by the use of the word ‘ball’ (especially in the plural). Dictionaries to be amended …
AND BECAUSE THE DISPLAY
of hands is offensive then all forms of hands in public (even ‘jazz hands’ as referenced above)—are banned.
This new law may inconvenience those people lacking talk-text phones but the savings in Emergency Room trauma treatments will offset. Hence hands will be kept in pockets at all times, and on the rare occasions when the public use of hands cannot be avoided the preferred action will be by recourse to mittens—traumatisation of citizenry will be averted by mittenry.
“Mr Argus! Sir!”
“Yes little Ollivia?”
“Sir … you’re over the top again!”
“Don’t hand me that, Toots … oops …”
“Sir, to evoke the image is to invoke the beast—”
“I think you’ve put your finger on it, Kid—”
“Don’t try to palm me off, Sir—”
“Hey, we could have a real ball with thi—”
“Oops … we could have a real sphere with this!”
“In all honesty Sir, I didn’t know Snowflakes could be so much fun.”
“… Students demand that universities are ‘safe spaces’, free from opinions that will make them feel uncomfortable. There has been a rise in ‘No platforming’ – barring someone with controversial views from speaking at an event at all.
Oxford University has introduced ‘trigger warnings’ …”
I won’t quote further, but it gets better.
It’s also your future … enjoy~!